Question about Acer Aspire 5610-4648 Notebook
Whenever I record stuff on my webcam, there is no sound. I know it's not a volume issue cause volume works on other things like youtube and music. How can I fix my microphone? I saw your answer to someone else's question, but I didn't know where the "my computer" button was. Thanks!
For Windows users with AOA 150-Bb model: Download Audio_Realtek_v.220.127.116.1172 (Size: 50.5 Mb) available at ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/netbook/aspire_one_150/driver/Audio_Realtek_v.18.104.22.16872.zip Installing it solves the problem, both builtin and external mics working correctly.
On AOA 150-Ab migrated to Windows XP Professional the Driver Audio_Realtek_22.214.171.12428_XPx86 (Size: 42.6 Mb) seems that works fine.
All drivers available at http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/downloads_gd.html by selecting different models different drivers are shown also. (AOA 150 for v126.96.36.19928, AOD for v188.8.131.5267...)
Posted on May 11, 2009
This issue is caused by the web cam, i found that the generic driver for the web cam is installed, dont do the microsoft update to get the cam drivers, use the ones on the acer site.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in control panel, click on Sounds and Audio Devices, click on the Voice Tab, Under Voice recording, click on volume --- make sure the mute box is not checked under microphone. If it is, uncheck it. A faster way to do this is to double-click the little speaker icon in your systray in the lower right corner of your screen - right before where the time is shown. If the mute box is unchecked, make sure your mic jack is fully inserted into the correct receptacle. DID THIS HELP YOU? Please post your feedback.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
This solution works for the Windows XP version. Go to msconfig.exe, then the Startup tab. UNCHECK rthdcpl and restart. Realtek driver doesn't load, but who cares...the microphone works now.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Please try the following:
Click Start > Control Panel
If the title of your control panel says "Pick a Category", click "Switch to classic view" on the left hand side of he screen. Otherwise, just follow the steps below:
Open "Sounds and audio devices"
Go to the "Audio" tab
Click the "Volume" button under the "sound recording" section
Make sure the checkbox by "Select" under Mic Volume is checked, and raise the volume of your microphone here.
Click OK until you are back in the control panel.
Try your microphone again. If it still does not work, let us know so we can continue to help.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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